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Literally that lonnng ago. And people still want to talk about it?!?!

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I lived through the embarrassment and fear, and decided to say who cares, do better, move on. I shouldn't have to constantly be on the defense, listing off my accomplishments just to prove that LLetter am more than something that Letter to a slut 13 years ago. Let's move on, already. I am empowered by my body. I am empowered by my sexuality. I am empowered by feeling comfortable in my skin. I am empowered by showing Letter to a slut world my flaws and not being zlut of what anyone is Lehter to say about me. And I hope that through this platform I have been given, I can encourage the same empowerment for girls and women all over the world.

I am empowered by my husband, who is so accepting and supportive and who has given me a newfound confidence in myself. He allows me to be me and loves me unconditionally. I feel so lucky to have grown up surrounded by strong, driven, independent women. I dare you to ask yourselves how many people you have called by these names in anger or in jest, and in most cases as a flippant remark not even related to its meaning. What is most important to me is the hope that this letter will help make you understand what this does to a girl. And make no mistake, it is always done to a girl.

When someone calls you a word like this, you think about yourself with a tinge of disgust and it leaves you with a feeling of worthlessness. Imagine being called this on a daily basis.

For some girls, they hear such insults so frequently it just keeps tearing them down until they don't feel like themselves anymore. When people call you this, and tell you to stop being a hoe or looking like one, it makes you feel shame. Letter to a slut it really isn't about changing how you tk, or the clothes you wear - even if you wear baggy clothes and are fully covered so that promiscuous belly button isn't exposed, wlut may still continue to call you such names. Nothing will please them. If you are too "skinny" they will tell you that you need to eat, and if you sltu not skinny enough you are considered "fat".

In this society, the society that I live in, our body type doesn't matter. Neither does the way we dress or how we wear makeup; they still call you a "slut". When does it stop? I propose that slut shaming be included as a topic all its own. Slut shaming is the oldest and most basic of gender inequality; it is allowed to run rampant without being addressed while being highly destructive in an absolutely critical time in the shaping of a girl's identity. Amanda Todd is considered a case of bullying but I ask you how was she bullied? She was assigned the title of slut over and over and over. If we were talking about racial slurs, or gender slurs, or homophobia, this would never be tolerated.

Bullying is too broad, and doesn't adequately address the weapon of choice which is, in this instance, a verbal slaughter. It is the systematic persecution of women that we look away from, or blame on the promiscuous belly button. Like many girls and women before me I ask, why am I the problem? Should I have the expectation of a verbal assault from boys and girls alike because I show my belly button? Or maybe when I wear eyeliner? Oh and don't forget about when I wear tight jeans.